HomePoliticsNO BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR DRAG QUEEN STORY TIME AT CLARK COUNTY LIBRARY Politics NO BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR DRAG QUEEN STORY TIME AT CLARK COUNTY LIBRARY Oct. 14, 2022 Rob Lauer Political Reporter Its back, starting tomorrow, the Clark County Public Library is hosting a “Family Pride Day,” including a Drag Queen Story Time event starting at 10am at 1401 East Flamingo Blvd. The library room is being rented by a group called the LGBTQ+ Book Club. Local parents’ groups are deeply concerned over the lack of any background checks. A few years ago, the Drag Queen Story time featured Drag Queen Matt Durski aka Polly Porcelain. In fact, the library was unaware of Drag Queen Matt Durski, aka Polly Porcelain’s extremely sexual You Tube videos and his background. In fact, they admitted there was no background check done prior to allowing a Drag Queen to host Story Time for 3 year olds at the Henderson Public Library tomorrow at 10 am. There are photos featuring him with a dildo in his mouth. In one of his drag queen acts, he repeatedly sings the word “bitch”, and then simulates oral sex.” In 2019, A Drag Queen who read stories to children at a Houston public library last year is a convicted pedophile considered to be at risk of repeating his offense — a fact uncovered by parents opposed to “Drag Queen Story time,” not by library officials, law enforcement, or the supposed watchdog news media. According to KHOU, which was informed of the story by a group of pro-family activists calling themselves MassResistance, “A media spokesperson for the library confirmed that one of the program’s drag queens, Tatiana Mala Niña (Tatiana “Bad Girl”), is Alberto Garza, a 32-year-old child sex offender. In 2008, he was convicted of assaulting an 8-year-old boy.” He was sentenced to five years’ probation and community supervision. The Texas Sex Offender Registry says Garza is at a “moderate” risk of reoffending. “In our review of our process and of this participant, we discovered that we failed to complete a background check as required by our own guidelines,” library officials said in a statement. “We deeply regret this oversight and the concern this may cause our customers.” 360 News requested information about the Drag Queens story Time event and the group hosting the kids’ event. The Clark County Library public information officer refused to provide the information. Since the event is tomorrow there’s noting we can do about it.